IHRC is concerned over the continued violations by the Egyptian army against the peaceful protesters, postponement of presidential elections and the new draft law criminalizing and banning protests.
“Broken Promises: Human Rights, Constitutionalism and Socio-Economic Exclusion in Bahrain” by Omar F. Ahmed (IHRC, October 2010.)
Lord Avebury, the Vice-Chairman of the Parliamentary HR Group And the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights Cordially invite you to a Press Conference on:
IHRC appeals to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture to take up case of Bahraini human rights activists subjected to torture and other forms of abuse after being arrested during current crackdown on civil society activists and critics of the government.
On 15 May 2010, four journalists were arrested and face sentences of life imprisonment or the death penalty.
Eye witnesses reported that the police then took him in a police vehicle only to come back later and dump his dead body.
Abu Zar Alamin, Deputy Director of the suspended Rai Al-Shaab newspaper, confirmed that he was subjected to physical torture, including beatings and electric shocks.